You Paid For It: Lambert Airport privatization

ST. LOUIS - The You Paid For It Team digging into the big questions surrounding the study of whether privatizing St. Louis Lambert International Airport is a good idea for taxpayers.

There's an army of consultant getting paid in the neighborhood of $800,000 per month to recommend to the city whether are not to go forward with Privatization.

A private organization Grow Missouri Inc. is paying for the consultants now.

But if privatization of the airport is approved taxpayers will have to reimburse that expense.



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